Dr. Mattingly is Associate Director of Research at CTEDD. He joined the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) in September 2002. Prior to joining UTA he served on the faculty at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks (UAF) for two and a half years, and also served as a lecturer at the University of Southern California. While at UAF, Dr. Mattingly helped found the FAA Air Transportation Centers of Excellence Program: Center for General Aviation Research. He teaches undergraduate courses in transportation engineering and transportation planning as well as graduate courses in analytical models in transportation, system evaluation and decision making, transportation planning and bicycle and pedestrian facility planning and design. In 2013, he joined in a consortium that formed the Transportation Research Center for Livable Communities through the USDOT University Transportation Centers Program. In 2016, he led UTAs participation in the National Institute for Transportation and Communities a national center funded through the USDOT University Transportation Centers Program. Dr. Mattingly’s areas of research include a wide variety of interdisciplinary projects. His most recent research projects address a variety of interdisciplinary topics including developing an app for crowd-sourcing bicycle and pedestrian conflict data, transportation public health performance measures, policy and infrastructure improvements resulting from bicycle and pedestrian fatality crashes, linking physical activity levels to travel modes, transportation mobility for the transportation disadvantaged, and the development of planning and transit performance measures for access to opportunities. Some of his previous research includes the technical and institutional evaluation of traffic control and operations systems, bicycle and pedestrian safety, aviation safety, and managed lane pricing and weaving.